Clarence Battin Funeral Pending (Wednesday, 23 November 1955, page 9, column 3)

Clarence (Burt) Battin, a resident of Nevada for the last 37 years, died yesterday morning in Reno hospital. Mr. Battin was the husband of Mrs. Grace Battin of Mina, and was father of Mrs. N. Hawkins of Sparks, R. B. Battin of San Leandro, Calif., and L. B. Battin of Cambridge, Mass. Seven grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren also survive. Mr. Battin settled in Mina in 1921, having previously resided in Paradise for four years. In 1947, after 44 years of service as a railroad telegraph...

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Clarence Battin Funeral Pending (Wednesday, 23 November 1955, page 9, column 3) - a Tues Rev appropriate Car fo wee of th...
a Tues Rev appropriate Car fo wee of th Clarence Battin Funeral Pending Claipncp ( B u i t ) Bdttm. resident of Nevada for the last 3' cars, died yesterday morning a Reno hospital. Mr. Battin was the husband Mrs. Grace Battin of Mina, anc was the falher of Mrs. N. Hawkins of Sparks, R. B. Battin San Leandrc, Calif., and L. B Battin of Cambridge, Mass. grandchildren and 13 great Tandchildren also survive. Mr. Battin settled in Mina ir 1921, h a \ m g previously Paradise for lour years. In 1947 f(pr 44 ears oi .service as a load telegrapher, he retired fron ihe Southern Pacific Co. In 195(1. ,Mr. R a t l i n and \\idow celebrated their 50th cling anniversary. A native of Illinois, Mr. was a member ot the Order Railroad Telegraphers, and th First Baptist Church of Haw thorne. F u n e r a l arrangements pending at the O'Brien-Rogers

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Nevada State Journal (Reno, Nevada)23 Nov 1955, WedPage 9
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  • Clarence Battin Funeral Pending (Wednesday, 23 November 1955, page 9, column 3) — Clarence (Burt) Battin, a resident of Nevada for the last 37 years, died yesterday morning in Reno hospital. Mr. Battin was the husband of Mrs. Grace Battin of Mina, and was father of Mrs. N. Hawkins of Sparks, R. B. Battin of San Leandro, Calif., and L. B. Battin of Cambridge, Mass. Seven grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren also survive. Mr. Battin settled in Mina in 1921, having previously resided in Paradise for four years. In 1947, after 44 years of service as a railroad telegraph...

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